Amanda Gallie RDT RDH FAETC
She became a hygienist in 1996 where she qualified from Manchester Dental school and then after spells in Specialist practice and the hospital service, taught Dental hygiene at Sheffield dental school and then moved to Kings College Dental Institute in London.
Amanda has lectured nationally and internationally on behavioural change, Periodontal screening, Implant maintenance and Biofilm theory.
Amanda has completed and published research on the subject of Nursing Assistance for the Dental Hygienist and was on the UK DHT Direct Access submission team.
In 2008 Amanda became a Swiss Academy Trainer for EMS and has given numerous courses on Piezon technology, Biofilm management and Guided Biofilm therapy.
Amanda completed a tutor’s conversion to Dental therapy in 2012 and became President-elect of the British Association of Dental therapists in 2015.
She is an MSC student at King’s College London reading Minimal Intervention Dentistry.
Amanda moved from London in 2013 and works in practice in Lincolnshire for BUPA UK and sits on the Bupa Clinical advisory board.